Technology is increasingly developing, which also means that we are increasingly inheriting more of the benefits it brings.
In the past, communicating with each other thousands of kilometers away seemed to be impossible. And if anyone mentioned that issue would be immediately considered neurotic, now it has become a reality.
Even now we can see each other’s faces while talking (video call), not only that, it’s so funny 🙂
Or as the computer has the ability to act as a virtual assistant, before we thought it was only in fiction movies.. now it has “taken shape”.
In the future, with the research of experts and talents in the world, humanity will surely go further and further. Yes, and in this article I will list out some technologies that will change the world “a lot” if successful.
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#first. Quantum technology
As you all know, basically, today’s computer/phone devices are digital-based with the operating principle being the on/off of the computer. transistors (corresponding to
It is clear that since its birth and development, computers have brought great progress to our humanity.
It can be said that, without transistors, without digital computers, we would not be where we are today. But the world’s leading chip manufacturers are having a hard time designing transistors, because their arrangement and design are gradually reaching their physical limits.
It means that they have been designed to be as close to the minimum as possible, can not be designed any smaller if still based on the same principles!
And maybe only about 5 to 7 years from now, we will reach this limit, unable to shrink them any further => then forcing researchers to find a more optimal alternative.
If you do not understand what a transistor is, please refer to this article, make sure you understand it thoroughly (a dedicated and extremely easy to understand article): Find out the true meaning of 7nm, 10nm… on CPU
Quantum technology with quantum computer has long been studied by scientists, because researchers have known in advance that the transistor will at some point reach its limit and quantum would be the perfect alternative.
Currently, the first quantum computers with hundreds of times more power than conventional digital computers (of the same size) have been born and it is used in research and defense institutes….
It will probably be a very long time before the first commercial versions of quantum computers come out, but when it succeeds, the day will come when a computer the size of “pocket”, or hand-held. , even as a regular watch will be present and nothing is far away.
#2. Cheap heat-conducting materials
Well, the thing that hinders the power of today’s mobile devices is temperature. Mobile devices have powerful processors (CPUs), but unfortunately, when operating continuously at high intensity, they generate a lot of heat.
If this amount of heat is not properly controlled, the performance of the machine will be significantly reduced (to reduce heat), another is that it causes discomfort to the user, reduces the life of the components inside the machine, even It even causes an explosion.
If you are thinking of quantum instead, I think they are the same in essence, microscopic particles when active (moving) also generate heat.
Currently, common heat-conducting materials such as Copper, Aluminum or even using gas still have certain limitations.
If, in the future, researchers come up with a material that conducts heat that is strong enough and cheap enough to make them popular, then mobile chips will be able to bring out its full performance. And then the power of compact mobile devices will make us overwhelmed.
#3. Power generation technology
We are all too familiar with phrases such as environmentally friendly electric vehicles, using fast charging to reduce battery charging time, replacing fossil fuels with electricity, etc.
But there is a problem that there are electric vehicles to protect the environment, there are electric equipment to replace gasoline equipment… but the problem here is where does the electricity come from?
We have paid too much attention to the so-called use of electricity to replace the use of fossil fuels (gasoline, oil, etc.), but we have forgotten a core issue that is where electricity comes from.
Up to 80% of electricity today is produced from traditional methods such as hydroelectricity, thermal power and gas power, and nuclear power is not available in all countries because of the high installation cost.
And such as thermal power, gas power or even hydroelectricity, all adversely affect the environment, especially thermal power. If solar power, or wind power is well optimized, it will probably be a great alternative energy source in the future.
Maybe you’ll like: Do solar batteries pollute the environment?
In addition, many other technologies are also being researched such as: generating electricity by sea waves, magnetic energy, energy in the ground… all aiming at the goal that in the future we have enough electricity to use, when fossil fuels are gradually depleted and people’s living standards are raised.
The more developed the world, the closer people touch the limits of technology and resources available on earth.
That is why scientists and developed countries are pouring billions of dollars into researching things that seem far-fetched (even many consider it a fantasy): like going to Mars, generating electricity. from the ground, quantum chips… things that were started to research tens, even hundreds of years ago.
Up to this day, we have only taken our toddler steps, all for the sake of humanity’s survival and the development of each country. Hope the information in this article will be useful to you. Thank you for reading this far!
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